Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Gorgeous ornaments from simple supplies

I love gloriously "foul" weather. It's days like this I get out
my humble supplies, snippets of scraps,
and of course lots of glitter to re-create ornaments of a gone-by
These are soo simple and NO-sew. Just simple shapes cut from
batting , with a window cut in the middle for the bits of scrap to show
through, and cut-up cereal boxes sandwiched in the middle for shape and
The Only warning...I may be having a little bit of glitter served with supper tonight.....Ok!!make that Alot of glitter! ;-)

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Olde St. Nick Hanging treat Container a.k.a. "Cone-Head"

St. Nick
Originally uploaded by Kitsch N Sink Studio
I found a stash of heavy cardboard thread cones, at first, I didn't know what I would do with them, I just knew I had to have them! lol..
and these hanging treat cones are what I came up with..because of my nutty sense of humor, I've been calling them "Cone-Heads"
(see previous posts to see others I've made for Halloween)..and it sort of stuck..This is the first "Cone-head" of the Christmas Season. ;-)

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Walking In A Winter-Wonderland

Halloween isn't here.. Yet, creating for winter and the Christmas season is now in full-swing here in my household.
This paper-mache' assemblage was just finished today, It's a candy box or maybe an extra-fancy gift box. The snowman and snow was sculpted right onto the box lid, and everything else is permanently attached..Although, I think the little altered paper-clay deer needs a little touch-up and something else (??) ...and maybe some little birds in the tree..(??)..just a thought..
I really can keep going with these thing..but I don't think there's much
more room on this little 6 inch box..;-)